R. Blair Sullivan extends an experimental approach through material and process to create multi-media artworks that question our habitual manners, shared mythologies, and everyday attractions and actions. His works use specific materials that maintain dual conceptual and physical properties that invite an awe-inspiring focus on light, perception, and the body’s limitations. His work has been exhibited at the Reykjavik Living Arts Museum in Iceland, and in New York at MOMA PS1, Marianne Boesky Gallery, The Journal Gallery, and Van DeWeghe Fine Art. He currently lives and works in New York City.